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If you are visiting Edinburgh then Edinburgh guide can help you find your accommodation. Edinburgh has a wide variety of accommodation available ranging from 5 start hotels, to Guest houses which are usually Bed and Breakfast accommodation. There is also backpacker’s accommodation in Edinburgh available from less that £20 per night.
Whatever your budget for accommodation the Edinburgh Guide can help you find and arrange suitable accommodation in Edinburgh. We can links with the hotels and Guest houses in Edinburgh and get your discounted rates for your stay in Edinburgh. There are lots of good Edinburgh Takeaways , Edinburgh restaurants and places to eat in Edinburgh too.
There is lots to see and lots to do in Edinburgh. If you are looking for a New Year celebration then Scotland is always been a popular destination for to celebrate New Year and Edinburgh's Hogmanay is the best New Year’s party in the world. Hogmanay is celebrated as the Scottish New Year. Edinburgh Hogmanay is celebrated on every 31st December. Never being slow to spot a good excuse for a party, the night involves a celebratory drink or two, fireworks and the kissing of complete strangers. Edinburgh's Hogmanay is a four day free celebration for all who celebrates the New Year. Visitors get pleasure from 4 days of magnificent events throughout the city including well loved favourites proceedings such as the Torchlight Procession and the world famous Royal Bank Street Party, as well as many new events.
In August Edinburgh has the Edinburgh Festival which is made up by a variety of Edinburgh festivals and events including the International Festival, The Fringe, Book Festival, Film Festival, Military Tattoo, Jazz festival etc. In the end of year, the city comes alive during the winter Edinburgh festivals which feature the month-long Edinburgh's Christmas and finish with the world famous Edinburgh Hogmanay celebrations. Spring time sees Ceilidh Culture and the Science festival providing the entertainment while the Children's Festival starts the summer with playful enthusiasm. As a home of a most vibrant calendar of Edinburgh festivals and events, one can be assure that there's always something to excite one during a stay in Edinburgh. The Edinburgh Festival is a generic term used to describe the cultural explosion in August each year.
Since the late 1940s Edinburgh has become a hotspot for artistic talent beginning with the Edinburgh International Festival and the Fringe. The summer programme has grown with the Edinburgh Book Festival, the largest book festival in the world, the Edinburgh Film Festival, a world renowned showcase of cinematic talent and the Military Tattoo in the magnificent backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
Even during the rest of the year there is lots going on in Edinburgh and you can visit Edinburgh for a relaxing holiday with the family and visit the Historic sites like Edinburgh castle.
Edinburgh Castle dominates the city of Edinburgh like no other castle in Scotland, and Edinburgh Castle is unequalled in the whole of the British Isles. Over one thousand years of history sit on top of the famous Edinburgh rock, and when you see Edinburgh Castle you will understand why over a million visitors a year visit Edinburgh Castle.
When you come to Scotland and visit Edinburgh Castle you will see why the early inhabitants of the area we now call Edinburgh, made their first settlements here, in what is now the city of Edinburgh. People have always sought a safe refuge, and the volcanic rock that forms the base of Edinburgh Castle, has always afforded the ultimate safe and defensive position in Edinburgh.
The City of Edinburgh grew outwards from the Castle rock, and the first houses in Edinburgh were built on the area in front of Edinburgh Castle, which is now known as the Lawnmarket, and then the house building continued down the High Street and The Cannongate towards the Royal Palace of Holyrood House. These streets collectively form a single street known as The Royal Mile. The Royal Mile acquired its name over the ages as Scottish and English kings, queens and royalty in general, have travelled to and fro between the Palace of Holyrood House and Edinburgh Castle - hence the name The Royal Mile.
No visit to Edinburgh is complete without a visit to Edinburgh Castle, and once you have ventured up to the highest parts of Edinburgh Castle’s structure, you will be overwhelmed by the spectacular views of Edinburgh afforded from this Scottish "Castle of Castles".
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